Bruno Romeda is a complete artist because all his work always begins by a joining of twigs, rods and sticks, keeping tension and balance. Inspired by primitive geometric forms, as circle, square and triangle, Romeda is playing with projected shadows.

As handed-tracks lines, his sculptures and his furniture are casted in bronze in his Italian workshop in Brescia. We find out same figures casted in bronze in bases, retaining structures on which seats, chairs, tables or pedestals are resting. Romeda’s furniture gets perfect shapes from a sort of fossilized nature.

The technical perfection, the harmony of proportions and bronze work, summarize Bruno Romeda’s work. 




Bruno Romeda was born in 1933 in Brescia, (Italy) and died in 2017. He lived in France, New York and Brescia. 

The work of Romeda has been exhibited in numerous cities; his first personal exhibition took place in Brussels in 1962, followed by solo shows in Paris, New York, Barcelona, San Francisco, Monte Carlo, Baltimore, berlin, Erbusco (Italy), Venice or Tokyo. 

A significant number of museums own pieces of the artist such as the Metropolitan Museum of New York, the Kasama Nichido Museum of Art in Japan, the Contemporary Art Museum of Nice, or the Robert College of Istanbul. His pieces of art are also part of important and esteemed private collections around the world.